Originally posted on VentureBeat:
This is a guest post by entrepreneur Roman Stanek.
I love Silicon Valley. I love the venture and social infrastructure that nurtures startups. I love its drama as companies create innovative products, become attractive acquisition targets, and then decide whether to sell or go it alone. But most of all, I’m fascinated by Silicon Valley’s unique dynamics that produce a constant stream of innovation — which my good friend John Seely Brown defines as “invention implemented.”